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In May 2006 cinematographer Vincent Monton visited the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas, as a supplement to his 2005 AFC Fellowship for digital production and projection.


Vincent Monton explores the latest developments in digital technologies with a visit to the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas. Download the '2006 Fellowship Supplement' PDF below to read his report.

In 2005 Vincent received an AFC Fellowship to research digital production and projection. The PDF of his first Fellowship report is also downloadable below - 'Vincent Monton - AFC Fellowship Report'.

Vincent has worked in the film industry for over 30 years in Australia and internationally as a cinematographer, director and writer. He has won the Kodak/AFI Award for Best Cinematography (and been a nominee on five other occasions), a Penguin Best Cinematography Award and a Sammy Award for Cinematography in television.

His extensive cinematography credits on over 35 feature films include some of Australia's best known and most successful productions collaborating with outstanding Australian directors including John Duigan, Richard Franklin, George Miller, Simon Wincer, Bruce Beresford and Phillip Noyce.

PDF Document  Vincent Monton's 2006 Fellowship Supplement

PDF Document  Vincent Monton - AFC Fellowship Report

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